Man has, in cause of time, developed skills to survive in his natural environment. We know that man had to develop skills in the art of tracking to become more effective hunters.
The refinement of tracking in Eco Tourism ensured the development in better techniques to locate elusive game such as lion, leopard and special sought after species.
The art of tracking has developed into a science with many practical uses and plays a major role in Nature Conservation, Eco-tourism, Environmental Education,
Scientific Research, the control and the fight against poaching, nature research programs and trophy location. However, it is impossible to become a tracker from simply reading a book or attending a short course, this is a start and with an expanding knowledge of the bush and a bit of experience, it will be remarkable what a little practical thinking and application can do. One needs practical experience to master the art of tracking. The art of tracking also includes the continuous process of discovery and the most experienced tracker will always find something to learn. Your tracking ability can only but enhances the enjoyment of nature.
This course is NQF 2 and 4 of CATHS SETA - SAQA (South African Qualification Authority) accredited
a National Certificate is the ONLY Courses according to Law (Tourism Act 70 of 2000)
that’s legal to register as a Tourist-Guide with DEAT (Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism).